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    A Novel Evening with Nicholas Royle and Alison Moore

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    MMU Student Press Office Journalist Liam Stewart shares his account of a wonderful reading from two local authors, Thursday, 24th January, IABF Nicholas Royle In the suitably literary surroundings of the International Anthony Burgess Foundation, I had the pleasure of attending an evening with Nicholas Royle and Alison Moore.  Both authors have had recently published…

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    Carol Ann Duffy with Company and Sean O’Brien

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    Carol Ann Duffy and Friends, Monday, 7th January, Royal Exchange Theatre  Words by Student Press Office journalist, Sophie BannisterPhotographs by Sara Ellis The stage is set at the Royal Exchange Theatre Sean O’Brien is the star of this particular poetry night. He boasts a T.S. Eliot Prize, two Forward Poetry Prizes, a Royal Society of…

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    Gothic Postcard Winner is Dead Good

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    Words by Claudia Conerney Competition winner Kate Owen Manchester Metropolitan University is delighted to announce that Kate Owen from Sir John Deane’s College in Cheshire is the winner of the 2012 Postcards from the Dead competition. Entrants were required to write a postcard in no more than 200 words based on the point of view…

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    Local Children Learn the Benefits of Speaking a Different Language

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    Words by Amillah Javed Sharples School Science Specialist College pupils. L-R Katy Partington, teacher Miss Collins, Valisha Patel, Sara Yucuf, Rachael Essaid, Bethany Kally, Nadia Valli, Jake Smith, Jordan Ellis and language teacher Erika Frame ON Monday 17th, Tuesday 18th and Wednesday 19th December 2012 Manchester Metropolitan University introduced the Modern Foreign Language as an Option (MFLO)…

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    University Professor changes our perception of Fictional Africa

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    Naturalism, Humanitarianism and the Fiction of WarWords by Graham Murray Professor Eleni Coundouriotis of the University of Connecticut ELENI COUNDOURIOTIS provided a fascinating talk centred on war novels in post-colonial Africa. The talk took place on the Monday evening 10thDecember and was the third event in the humanities strand of this year’s research series for…




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